On The Record

Conewango Twp.

Harassment. Warren-based state police responded to Warren State Hospital on Oct. 31 at 4:20 p.m. after Alexis Cotton, 23, Warren, reportedly subjected a known female victim to physical contact. A non-traffic citation was file through District Justice Laura Bauer’s office.

Elk Twp.

Crash. Warren-based state police said that on Oct. 25 Anthony Whippo, 19, Frewsburg, N.Y., was traveling north on Robin Hill Road on snow-covered roadway. Whippo, while attempting to negotiate a left cure in the roadway, lost control of his GMC Sierra, which left the east side of the road and struck an embankment and an electric box with its front end. Whippo’s vehicle then traveled across the roadway and left the west edge of roadway where it then struck a tree and rolled over onto its roof coming to a stop facing north.

Glade Twp.

Accident. Warren-based state police responded to a one-vehicle accident on Hatch Run Road at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 1. According to police, Michael Koers, 32, Russell, was eastbound on Hatch Run Road on a 2008 Suzuki Boulevard motorcycle. Police said Koers was negotiating a left curve when he lost control of the motorcycle and laid it down on its left side. The motorcycle slid off the south side of the roadway and went into a wooded area. Police said Koers sustained minor injuries and left the scene without contacting police. Koers will face summary traffic citations, including safe speed, according to police.

Limestone

Twp.

Theft by unlawful taking. Warren based-state police said between Sept 1 and Oct 25 someone stole one silver gallon propane tank from a camp on Kelly Hill Road owned by Langdon George Riley, 32, Gibsonia, Pa.

Pine Grove Twp.

Scattering rubbish. Warren-based state police report between Oct. 25 and 28 someone dumped carpet and roofing materials on property along Big Four Road owned by Collins Companies. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Warren County Crime Stoppers.

Pleasant Twp.

Theft. Warren-based state police are investigating a theft of an Old Town lime green kayak model Camden 106 from Chapman State Park sometime between Oct. 6 and 31. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Warren County Crime Stoppers.

Theft by unlawful taking. Warren-based state police said on Oct 30, John Hollabaugh, 52, Tidioute, had his vehicle parked at Country Fair, Pleasant Drive, and while he was inside someone removed the ball and hitch from his vehicle. The stolen items were an adjustable hitch, black in color, $60 value, hitch ball, chrome in color, $20 value. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police at 728-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-83 CRIME.

Sheffield Twp.

Burglary. Warren-based state police are investigating a burglary that occurred at 110 Brockway Lane between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 1. According to police, Kayla Myer, 23, Sheffield, said someone entered her residence and opened drawers and cupboards. Anyone with information is asked to contact the sate police or Crime Stoppers.

Theft by unlawful taking. Warren-based state police are investigating a theft that occurred at 116 Brockway Lane between Oct. 30 and Nov. 1 at an unknown time. According to police, Ashley Mainer, 22, said someone took a Jimmie Johnson “48” kid’s table and chair, valued at $30. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Crime Stoppers.

Youngsville

Possession of marijuana. Youngsville Borough police said they were called to Youngsville High School on Oct. 31 for a 17-year-old male in possession of a small amount of marijuana and under the influence of a controlled substance. Police said charges have been filed with juvenile probation.

Assault. Youngsville Borough police said they were called to Youngsville Elementary/Middle School for a reported assault on Oct. 25. Police are investigating a 12-year-old female who struck a teacher several times during class. Police said charges are being filed with Juvenile Probation.

Weapons possession. Youngsville Borough police said they have filed charges against a 17-year-old male who threatened two students with a knife in the parking lot at Youngsville High School. The incident occurred at halftime of a high school football game on Oct. 11. Police said charges were filed with Juvenile Probation.

Disorderly conduct. Warren-based state police said on Oct. 29 personnel at Youngsville High School reported that a 15-yearr-old female became disorderly in a classroom. The 15-year-old left the school on foot refusing to return. Police said she will answer to a charge of disorderly conduct before District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth.